…o cause for concern when the federal reserve pumps money into failing banks and corporations isn’t? The stock market is an easily manipulated casino that the rich are able to play in to the detriment of everyone else, but suddenly it only becomes a concern when the masses begin to figure out the games for themselves.
"A corporation is a pile of money to which a group of men have sworn moral allegiance." -Wendell Berry
The stock market is the casino owned by Aristocrats who also own the government that has forced people (401K) to bet on the competitive moral turpitude of those corporate men who believe they deserve praise for their ability to steal money.
Whatever the question, the answer is "UBI based on sales tax". People need to know the real costs of what they buy from the rich, and they need the resources to be able to say "no" to consumerism.